There’s no better place to get away from it all.
When you’re looking to ditch the buzz of daily life and kick back, relax and let the Caribbean sunshine works its magic, Turks & Caicos is the place to be. Its peaceful atmosphere sets a relaxed pace, so whether you want to motor out to one of the many reefs or just lay low on the white-sand beaches, you can take your sweet island time.
The best thing about this Caribbean hideaway? It’s just a hop, skip and jump from the U.S. mainland, which means you can get away without venturing too far. Turks & Caicos is made up of 40 islands, and the eight inhabited islands are home to not only some of the world’s best beaches, but also some of the world’s friendliest people. Toss in delicious dining and exciting adventures, and you’ll be happy to be marooned.
#1 WORLD’S BEST BEACH
Voted the World’s #1 Best Beach by TripAdvisor’s Travelers’ Choice awards, Grace Bay is 12 miles of sweeping white-sand beach on the north shore of the island of Providenciales in Turks and Caicos. Located on the best stretch of this famous beach, Beaches Turks & Caicos is lapped by the calmest and clearest turquoise waters, perfect for every type of water sport.
- Coral Gardens on Grace Bay – European Plan
- Ocean Club – European Plan
- Ocean Club West – European Plan
- Royal West Indies Resort – European Plan
- Seven Stars Resort – European Plan
- The Alexandra Resort – European Plan
- The Palms Turks and Caicos – European Plan
- The Sands at Grace Bay – European Plan
A perfect start in Providenciales.
If you haven’t met Turks & Caicos yet, the island of Providenciales will be a dreamy first date. It’s the most developed of all the islands, but don’t be fooled: This place is a natural paradise. When you picture a perfect beach, there’s a good chance it looks just like Grace Bay. Warm white sand. Turquoise water. And a very generous helping of Caribbean sunshine. Championship-caliber golf, world-class spas and stellar international dining are all waiting for you on this island. And if you’re interested in a bit of maritime history, check out the stone engravings from marooned sailors on Sapodilla Hill.